Putting Achievement First
Causeway School is delighted to announce it has bagged £1,633.00 from Tesco’s Bags of Help community grant scheme. +
On Thursday 13th December we took part in the first ‘Swalefeast’ a Bake Off style competition against other schools in the Swale Trust. Our team of three consisted of Jasmine Lambert (Y11), Joshua Abraham (Y9) and Shayden Kelly (Y7). They worked tirelessly for the whole three hours to create a main meal and dessert that had a Christmas theme. They worked well as a team and created a turkey and cranberry en croute, creamed potatoes, served with honey roast carrots and parsnips. They followed with a Chocolate Yule Log and Chocolate Moose. +
We were totally wowed this week by the stunning performances at the Causeway Creative Arts Showcase. This term students across all year groups have been preparing performances to present at the Creative Arts Showcase and their hard work paid off. Friends, family and staff were left impressed by a variety of performances including dance, drama, piano and singing. Their confidence on stage was outstanding and the students looked like they were really enjoying the experience. For some students this was their first time on stage and they did such a great job. Well done everyone, we are so very proud. +
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We have lots of trips presently running, why not join one!